When it comes to getting around in the Smokies, there are plenty of vehicle rentals to choose from. You can rent a side by size RZR from Tennessee Mountain Tours or other ATV options from Ridge Riders Adventure Rentals. Cruise the parkway in a Jeep Wrangler from Smoky Mountain Jeep Rentals. Check out some of the options below.
Ridge Riders Adventure Rentals
117 Golf Dr, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
Located in the heart of the Smokies in Pigeon Forge, Ridge Riders is a family owned and operated local business offering visitors rental of UTVs, golf carts, bikes and other recreational vehicles. At Ridge Riders, we believe in two things – safety and quality. With q… [+ More]Website
Tennessee Mountain Tours
153 East Wears Valley Rd. (Suite 10), Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
There’s something almost magical about the Smoky Mountains rising majestically above towns in East Tennessee. They can make you feel safe when looking out your window, as they appear to stand guard over the land you love, or they can make you feel exhilarated when yo… [+ More]Website
Smoky Mountain Jeep Rentals
1725 Waldens Creek Road Ste. 102, Pigeon Forge, TN 37862
Your adventure starts at Smoky Mountain Jeep Rentals! We have the newest, most equipped rental Jeeps in the Smoky Mountains. Use our trademarked map and take your next adventure through Cades Cove, Rich Mountain, Cataloochie, the Foothills Parkway and much more! Park t… [+ More]Website
Types Of Rental Vehicles
What type of vehicle rental are you looking for? Do you need something practical with plenty of seating for the family, or are you looking to cruise with the top down in style? Jeep rentals are a better option if you need the space, while you might prefer a side by side rental to cruise around in the national park or on the parkway during a nice day.ATV Rentals
ATV: Sometimes called four-wheelers or quads, ATVs are all terrain vehicles designed to withstand off road conditions. They traditionally have motorcycle-like controls with handlebars and saddle-like seats.
Side By Side: Typically referred to as a UTV (utility task vehicle), side by sides operate more similarly to a golf cart. They have pedals and steering wheels like standard road vehicles. Seats are either bench-like or similar to the ones in your car. The term side by side refers to the traditional two seater UTV.
Jeep: Jeep rentals come in various shapes and sizes. Most vehicle rentals include four seats with an detachable roof, so you can adjust the type of ride you want according to the weather.